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Ranelagh Primary School

Ranelagh Primary School

Inclusion

As part of the Children and Families Act 2013, Local Authorities are required to publish a ‘Local Offer’ which sets out support that is available for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities in the local area.

Our school website has been designed to provide parents with all the information they need. Many areas within this document are discussed in more detail on the website. Where applicable, links to the documents referenced are provided. We hope that you find it helpful.

Newham’s Local Offer is available on the Newham Website, it tells parents how to access services in their area and what to expect from these services. Alongside this, schools are required to publish information about their arrangements for identifying, assessing and making provision for pupils with special educational needs.

The following information outlines the support and provision pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities can expect at Ranelagh Primary School.

Our School Offer and SEND Information Report tell you and our pupils what Ranelagh Primary Schooll does to support children who may experience difficulties in their learning. It is important that you know how we help your child, who helps your child, and what you need to do if you are concerned about your child’s education.

The Inclusion Team are:

Inclusion Manager Mrs Sehnaj Patel
Learning Support Teacher Mrs Tania Chowdhury
Learning Mentor Miss Sue Green
English as an Additional Language Mrs Monya De Villiers

The levels of support for children with SEND at Ranelagh:

Life Skills

At Ranelagh, we provide our children with the opportunity to develop important life skills. We do this through our Life Skills Programme aimed at teaching our children new skills that will equip them with the tools needed to deal with the challenges of everyday life. Some of the activities include taking care of themselves and their personal hygiene, following recipes for cooking and working with money in real life contexts through visits to  local shops.   

We ensure through our programme that the children develop a deeper knowledge and understanding of the world around them and become responsible, independent citizens within their community.

  • History Quality Mark Gold
  • Let's get Cooking 2012
  • Music Mark
  • Ruth Miskin Trained School
  • Sainsburys School games 2014-15
  • Quality Mark
  • British Council International School award
  • Healthy Schools
  • London Education Partnership Winner 2011
  • PSQM silver award
  • Stars Bronze level Accreditation
  • Educational Outcomes Awards 2015
  • FAST
  • London Schools Gold Club 2015-16
  • IQM Inclusion Quality